Professional Organisers in London
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A professional organiser and Declutter can give you helpful insight into the importance of living and working in an organised, clutter-free space. Organisers in London will tell you to avoid hoarding old paperwork, gifts and replaceable items. However, there are other tips that they use, which may sound straightforward but may not be as obvious without them being explained first. These are the tips that professional organisers in London want you to know.

Create A Pile System

When you’re organising, you should sort everything into five piles: move to another room, donate, give to a specific person, throw away, and, finally, the “marinating” pile. Pack up the marinating items, and label the box with a date that’s six months to a year later. If you never open the box before that date, you can safely discard those items.

Create rules about what you’re keeping and what you’re discarding. In your closet, for example, you can decide to give away any clothing that’s not between size x and size y, that’s stained, or that needs to be repaired. With periodicals, you can decide not to keep anything that’s more than a year old.

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Avoid Boxes With Lids

Avoid lids on laundry baskets, bins, and other containers. They just make it harder to put things away. For other items, I’m a huge fan of clear sweater boxes. Not only do they hold sweaters in your closet, but they’re perfect for holding beans, rice, and pasta in your pantry, Legos in your playroom, the stuff you collect at trade shows, and more. They fit on almost any shelf in any home and can hold most of the stuff in your house. I order them by the case.

Remove The Clutter, Don’t Create More Storage Space

People who think they’re disorganised always run out and start buying baskets, containers and hooks. You come home and try to use them, and they’re not the right type or size, because you didn’t sort through your stuff first. That’s just backward. All those new containers just end up adding to your clutter.

Watch Out For Flat Surfaces

Flat surfaces can quickly become drop zones for clutter. When my clients have a dining table that is always getting covered with junk, I’ll have them clear it off, put a flower arrangement in the middle, and set it with place settings. That usually prevents them from parking stuff there.